This is the reason why Funza, Madrid, Mosquera and the town of Fontibón in Bogotá will have 12 more hours of rationing

This is the reason why Funza, Madrid, Mosquera and the town of Fontibón in Bogotá will have 12 more hours of rationing
This is the reason why Funza, Madrid, Mosquera and the town of Fontibón in Bogotá will have 12 more hours of rationing

Water rationing in Bogotá and municipalities that are supplied from the same water source continues. This Thursday, May 23, shift corresponds to part of the west of the capital and Funza, Madrid and Mosquera.

However, there is a new development, because this area will have 12 more hours of service suspension, which normally lasts 24 hours. That is, they will stop the service at 8 in the morning on Thursday and It will be gradually restored at 8 pm on Friday.

As explained by the Bogotá Aqueduct, not all neighborhoods included in the rationing of shift seven will be affected by the additional 12 hours. Here we tell you the reason why this decision was made.

What are the neighborhoods affected by the additional 12 hours?

Why was this decision made?

As explained by the Acueducto, the The entity’s operators will take advantage of this shift on Thursday, May 23, to repair damage to the Railway distribution line and thus avoid additional water cuts on another day of the week.

This damage is located on 22nd Street with Carrera 80 A Bis.

“These repair and maintenance works on the Railway line will prevent major damage that affects the water supply,” stressed the Acueducto.

In addition, if the affected inhabitants require it, the EAAB will provide the tanker service for citizens, which can be requested at Aqualinea 116.

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